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Old March 11th, 2015, 02:25 PM
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No, I'm talk about the number of coil turns, which looks to be 6.5. Can't be genuine springs, AFAICT.
Well, it just gets more interesting.
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Old March 11th, 2015, 02:31 PM
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The fronts look like they might be 110 HD genuine, maybe (which are 90 rear standards). NRC9448/9. Could lower the front with standard 110 fronts if that is the case.

Raising the rear, you could use spacers or you need to figure out how much weight is there to make a decent choice.
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Old March 11th, 2015, 03:01 PM
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The fronts look like they might be 110 HD genuine, maybe (which are 90 rear standards). NRC9448/9. Could lower the front with standard 110 fronts if that is the case.

Raising the rear, you could use spacers or you need to figure out how much weight is there to make a decent choice.
Thanks John. Will have to weigh these options to see which one will work best.
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Derek, if you decide to do a spacer I have a nice set of 1 inch spacers that I've decided I will not be using in the near term. PM me if you want details.

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Derek, if you decide to do a spacer I have a nice set of 1 inch spacers that I've decided I will not be using in the near term. PM me if you want details. Clay
Thanks Clay. Just sent you a pm.
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